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As soon as the global pandemic hit, Texas Engineers rolled up their sleeves and got to work — pivoting their research endeavors, developing products for frontline workers and much more.

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New Sensor May Soon Test for Coronavirus and Flu Simultaneously

The novel coronavirus has been compared with the flu almost from the moment it emerged in late 2019. They share a variety of symptoms, and in many cases, an influenza test is...Keep Reading

Delia Milliron Named New Chair of the McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering

The Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin has named distinguished researcher and professor Delia Milliron as the new chair of the McKetta Department of Chemical... Keep Reading

Beetle That Can Survive in Volcanic Areas Inspires New Cooling Materials

A type of beetle capable of regulating its body temperature in some of the hottest places on Earth is the centerpiece of new research with major potential implications for cooling everything from buildings to electronic devices in an environmentally friendly... Keep Reading